new Delhi. The stock market investors had been waiting for a long time, it happened today. Nifty 50, the major index of the National Stock Exchange, crossed 13 thousand points, making history. On the other hand, the Sensex saw tremendous growth and crossed a new high of 44,400. In fact, after the news of Oxford’s vaccine, there was a boom in global markets. At the same time, information from the new US Finance Minister also supported the markets. The effect of which was seen in the stock market. All indexes are trading at a rapid pace. Private banks and Maruti shares are seeing an upward trend. Oil stocks are seeing a rally due to the rise in crude oil.
Peak market share
Today the stock market is visible at the peak. Especially the Nifty 50 has seen a new height. Nifty, the major index of the National Stock Exchange, is trading at 13025.75 points with a gain of 99.30 points. This is the first time the Nifty has crossed the 13 thousand mark level. On the other hand, the Nifty 50, the major index of the Bombay Stock Exchange, is trading at 44409.83 points with a gain of 332.68 points. BSE Small Cap 134.02 and BSE Mid-Cap are trading up by 90.05 points. On the other hand, CNX Midcap index of foreign investors is trading with a gain of 148.40 points.
Outside the sectoral index
On the other hand, the sectoral index is seen outside. Both Bank Exchange and Bank Nifty are trading at 447.06 and 394.10 points respectively. BSE Auto 193.83, Capital Goods 145.88, Consumer Durables 102.76, BSE Healthcare 102.42, BSE IT 106.55, BSE FMCG 71.59, BSE Metal 48.50, Oil and Gas 48.45, BSE PSU 39.80 and Tech 59.57 are trading with gains.
Rising and falling shares
First, if we talk about the rising stocks, then the shares of Adani Ports & SEZ are seeing a gain of 3.24%. Maruti Suzuki India is gaining 2.28 per cent, HDFC Bank 1.67 per cent, Axis Bank 1.54 per cent and ONGC 1.44 per cent. Among the declining stocks are Bajaj Auto 0.63 per cent, Infosys 0.20 per cent, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries 0.14 per cent, HDFC Life Insurance 0.11 per cent and Housing Development Finance Corporation 0.10 per cent.